Fact Sheet

Moms and Guns                                                                                            Rebecca Alderman
281 Veterans Memorial Pkwy #77                                                                     CEO / Founder
Warrenton, MO 63383                                                                                      636-791-0368
636-791-0368                                                                                                  rebecca@momsandguns.com

 KEEPING KIDS SAFE:
HOW TO PREPARE KIDS FOR HOME EMERGENCIES

FACT SHEET

HISTORY

After Rebecca Alderman’s past attacks and current threats online, she started a journey to become confident at protecting herself and helping other moms do the same.

MISSION

Helping moms protect their children safely, legally and confidently.  Understanding the developmental processes of children and how media news keeps them aware of crime in this world, we aim to equip parents, especially single moms, with the learning tools needed to train their children what to do to thwart, escape or stop a threat in their home.  Our methods empower the family to stand together for safety in confidence.

VISION

Moms across the globe will have the second nature know how to train and defend their children in home and self-defense, with or without firearm protection.

PURPOSE

To be the source moms come to for consolidated steps and learning materials to train their children against criminal attacks.

FUTURE

Produce 5 “Keeping Kids Safe: How To Prepare Kids for Home Emergencies” series curriculum guides with games and family activities that instill situational awareness,
develop customized family plans and bond families together as a unit against crime.

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES

Classes Offered:
Refuse To Be A Victim®
Private Pistol Shooting,
CCW Classes for Women,
Bodies Are Not Commodities (Jr & High School Students)

Online Store:
Customized Security Recommendations for Women

Products:
Keeping Kids Safe: How To Prepare Children for Home Emergencies
Note: The First in a series of 5 guides for parents.

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January, 2014